Judy Murray, mother of Wimbledon star Andy Murray, has spent over a decade cheering on her son from the side-lines and tennis fans have become accustomed to her animated support at Andy’s games. Now Mrs Murray, 55, reveals her new found lust for life in an interview with the Daily Mail’s Weekend magazine.
Judy told the publication that she has ‘always been seen as the mum who sits on the side-lines, pulls faces, waves her fist and looks like some kind of scary monster.’ After she found herself with more time on her hands as her sons began to establish their own lives and relationships, Judy decided to get Botox treatment to improve her complexion.
The mother-of-three has been single for two years after splitting from her long-term partner, badminton player Phil Reid, and finds that she enjoys shopping, lunch dates, and going to the spa with friends. She added ‘I’ve had a bit of Botox because I always had very deep lines’.
Judy is currently enjoying attention of her own as part of the line-up for BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, where she is partnered with Anton du Beke.